Avid VideoRAID

Posted on September 16th, 2009.

Avid VideoRAID – RAID Data Recovery Services

Avid VideoRAID ST and SR disk arrays are Avid’s next generation SATA-based direct attached storage solutions. The ST disk arrays are available in a 5-drive mini tower where as the SR version is available in a 16 drive 3U rackmount chassis. Avid gives different configuration options to users.

Avid VideoRAID disk arrays feature the latest Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interconnect as well as the parity RAID. While SAS provides simple plug and play setup, the RAID prevents loss of media because of a failed drive. The system supports a wide range of Avid editing systems as well as third-party applications via Ultra320 SCSI or Fibre Channel. Raw capacities of these disk arrays range from 2.5 TB to 16 TB per editing system.

Avid’s VideoRAID ST and SR are capable of offering enough bandwidth to provide real-time playback of uncompressed HD media even during drive failure rebuild mode, so these arrays are highly useful in the latest generation of editing applications.

Avid VideoRAID RTR320, RTR320X, FCR2 and FCR2X disk arrays are the high-capacity ATA-based storage solutions with Ultra320 SCSI or 2-Gb Fibre Channel Interconnect. These RAID systems combine the real-time performance, cost-effective ATA drive technology, and fail-safe data protection in the event of a disk drive failure. In the event of a drive failure, Avid VideoRAID disk arrays continue their operation without resulting in any data loss. It also rebuilds the background without compromising the performance of the system. This is a unique advantage of Avid VideoRAID products.

WeRecoverData is a renowned data recovery solutions provider, offering services for all types of storage devices, including the RAID arrays. In case you face any data loss/disk failure instances, you may contact them.

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